Dog with Your head out the car window: A poem by author: Lynette Barrett

Dog with your head out the car window

Dog with your head out the window

You look so pleased

With your hair blown back and your eyes with a squint

Dog with your head out the window

Penny for your thoughts

What are you smelling?

Is it a cat, or another dog,

 or is it the fresh air full of scents new to you?

Dog with your head out the window

 Following for miles in my car I see you

You seem so contented and full of bliss

It seems all consuming like a prisoner just released

Stop and smell the roses you do

You live life to the fullest 

Don’t ever change

You are a good example for all people-kind

Three words come to mind…

Good for you!

Author: Lynette Barrett

09/09/2013

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Dog with Your head out the car window: A poem by author: Lynette Barrett

  1. If only we “could” view life as our dogs view it! We’d appreciate so much more… especially each other! Have you ever seen a dog when their master comes home? If only we treated our mates like that! Life would be so much sweeter.

  2. Pingback: Two Dogs | Traversing Lines

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